Lecture: Conflict Kitchen

Carnegie Mellon University
STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA 111
5000 Forbes Avenue, Oakland
April 18, 2012

Please join CMU Associate Professor of Art Jon Rubin and Culinary Director Robert Sayre for a discussion on Conflict Kitchen, a take out restaurant …

Grand Opening: Center For PostNatural History

Center for PostNatural History
4913 Penn Ave, Bloomfield
March 2, 2012

The Center for PostNatural History announces the Grand Opening of its permanent exhibition facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 2nd, 2012 at 6PM at 4913 Penn Ave. …

Art && Code: 3D

Half maker’s festival, half academic symposium, Art && Code: DIY 3D Sensing and Visualization (#artandcode) was a festival and conference concerned with the artistic, technical, tactical and cultural potentials of low-cost 3D scanning devices — …

Meet Computational Biologist Wendy Cornell

Hello STUDIO Friends and Fellows:
Tomorrow, we will host Wendy Cornell, a guest of the Ph.D. Program in Computational Biology.
She is an expert in biomedical research and the visualization of compounds in the drug discovery field. …

Roger Dannenberg Lecture: Music Understanding and the Future of Music

Carnegie Mellon University
Newell Simon Hall 3305
5000 Forbes Avenue, Oakland
September 22, 2011

“Music Understanding and the Future of Music”
Roger B. Dannenberg, Associate Research Professor of CS and Art at CMU, former STUDIO fellow
Music understanding is the automatic …


‘QUAD’ is Samuel Beckett’s wordless short play, written for television in 1981. Instead of spoken text for the actors to learn, Beckett provides stage directions and movement diagrams that he insists the performers follow exactly. …